Any Way the Wind Blows

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Jul 1, 2002 - Fiction - 342 pages
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NATIONAL BESTSELLER Packed with more drama than a hurricane at a Fourth of July picnic.” —USA TODAY The introduction, discussion questions, suggestions for further reading, and author biography that follow are designed to enhance your group’s discussion of Any Way the Wind Blows , a hip, high-flying novel about revenge and redemption. Written by bestselling African American author, E. Lynn Harris, it’s a wicked romp through showbiz and the world of big-time sports agencies. As Harris’s fans might expect, it also peeks into the bedrooms of men and women whose sexual adventures are as supercharged and complicated as their career moves.

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User Review  - bamalibrarylady - LibraryThing

I'll be the first to admit, I really enjoy reading E. Lynn Harris' works. I feel that they are both insightful as well as entertaining.After just finishing his latest book, "Any Way the Wind Blows," I ... Read full review


User Review  - irieluvs2read - Borders

This book kind of scared me. Being a beautiful single black female, I was shocked to read what I read. This open my eyes to things that have been going on but I have been quite oblivious to see. All I can say about this book is WOW. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

E. Lynn Harris is a former IBM computer sales executive and a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He is the author of seven previous novels: Any Way the Wind Blows, Not a Day Goes By, Abide with Me, Invisible Life, Just as I Am, And This Too Shall Pass, and If This World Were Mine. His most recent novel is A Love of My Own. In 1996, Just as I Am was named Novel of the Year by the Blackboard African American Bestsellers, Inc. Abide with Me and If This World Were Mine won the James Baldwin Award for Literary Excellence. In 2000, E. Lynn Harris was named one of the fifty-five Most Intriguing African Americans by Ebony and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame. Harris divides his time between New York City and Atlanta.

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